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Romance Vs Violence


What Would The Prophet (saw) Do?

The home is your place of rest, your rose garden indoors, your glimpse of Jannah, your source of peace – or so, it is supposed to be. Today, behind closed doors it has become everything of the opposite. A war zone, a torture chamber, a place of melancholy and unrest; spouses have become each other’s worst enemies standing against one another, when there may have been a time, where they were standing close by each other, for each other.

As did Khadija (ra) and Muhammad (saw). The woman whom he loved like no other, and the man whom she devoted her life to. But what was it about the pair of them that allowed mutual respect, love, and trust to only stay and grow?

Come and find out in this educational webinar with Sheikh Yaser Birjas and Sheikh Abdul Nasir Jangda, which endeavours to give a clear insight into the how to maintain a healthy home, the prophet’s (saw) way of life, how he treated his spouses and how he never would.

Location: nour-dv.org.uk
Date: Thursday 21st March 2013
Time: 7pm

Speakers
Sheikh Yaser Birjas
Sheikh Abdul Nasir Jangda

Topics
The prophetic ways of treating your spouse
How to maintain a healthy home
Q&A Session

Part of Domestic Violence Awareness Week 2013
http://nour-dv.org.uk/DVAW2013

For more information please contact: info@nour-dv.org.uk
 

17 Comments

  • Sundus Nazir

    I am from Pakistan. I really wish if this could be available online.

    March 21, 2013 - at 2:53 pm
  • Nour DV

    Assalamu alaikum,
    It will be online.
    Please register above.

    March 21, 2013 - at 3:57 pm
  • Anonymous

    When do you think is a good time for one to get married?

    March 21, 2013 - at 7:51 pm
  • Hanif Osmani

    Question: You mentioned in your introduction that the community as a whole has a responsibility to address this issue – what practical steps could be taken by ‘normal’ individuals, shuyukh and community leaders?

    March 21, 2013 - at 8:13 pm
  • Nour Domestic Violence

    JazakAllah khair we have forwarded it on.

    March 21, 2013 - at 8:23 pm
  • Ali

    Is it ok for a husband to hangout with his friends once a week? My friends don’t really start hanging out till 11 pm which my wife hates. But I usually spend the day with my wife and also take her out so that I am fair. But she still doesn’t want me to go out? Is that ok?

    March 21, 2013 - at 8:29 pm
  • F B

    A close friend of mine has fallen in love with a brother who keeps telling her we will get married in the future but doesn’t commit to anything nor contact her parents. I think he may just be stringing her along. What should I do? She says they both prayed Istikhara but they seem to always get into arguments. Is this a sign?

    March 21, 2013 - at 8:38 pm
  • anonymous

    I have very little support from family and friends, what is the best way to leave an abusive relationship?

    March 21, 2013 - at 8:45 pm
  • asif

    my wife does not pray, I have tried to explain to her that as Muslims we should pray but she does not listen to me or anyone else. I would never hit her but what is the max I can do. I don’t want a divorce. We have children

    March 21, 2013 - at 8:55 pm
  • Nour Domestic Violence

    The Prophet (saws) encouraged us to get married at a young age and have big families.

    April 6, 2013 - at 3:11 pm
  • Nour Domestic Violence

    I
    would advice that the sister cuts contact with this person as soon as
    possible. A man must approached the Wali before he continues.

    April 6, 2013 - at 3:12 pm
  • Nour Domestic Violence

    Alhamduliliah
    we at nour can offer any support that you need please do contact us as
    soon as possible. you will be directed to the correct person, and
    inshaaAllaah we can help you straight after. Please contact us via: http://www.nour-dv.org.uk/advisors/

    April 6, 2013 - at 3:13 pm
  • Nour Domestic Violence

    Its
    a blessing in itself that you want your wife to pray. Of course hitting
    isn’t an option. My advice would be in accordance with the Sunnah of
    Rashullah (saws). That is to start with advising her, then to try and
    get her involved with sisters in your community. if she refuses all
    these options then stop speaking to her, separate the beds. And if this
    doesn’t work then you may leave the home for a few days weeks.

    This is what the Prophet (saws) would do to show his wives he isn’t happy. But he never raised His blessed hands (saws).

    April 6, 2013 - at 3:13 pm
  • Nour DV

    It’s a blessing in itself that you want your wife to pray. Of course hitting isn’t an option. My advice would be in accordance with the Sunnah of Rashullah (saws). That is to start with advising her, then to try and get her involved with sisters in your community. if she refuses all these options then stop speaking to her, separate the beds. And if this doesn’t work then you may leave the home for a few days weeks.

    This is what the Prophet (saws) would do to show his wives he isn’t happy. But he never raised His blessed hands (saws).

    April 9, 2013 - at 8:17 pm
  • Nour DV

    Alhamduliliah we at nour can offer any support that you need please do contact us as soon as possible. you will be directed to the correct person, and inshaaAllaah we can help you straight after. Please contact us via: http://www.nour-dv.org.uk/advisors/

    April 9, 2013 - at 8:17 pm
  • Nour DV

    I would advice that the sister cuts contact with this person as soon as possible. A man must approache the Wali before he continues.

    April 9, 2013 - at 8:18 pm
  • Nour DV

    The Prophet (saws) encouraged us to get married at a young age and have big families.

    April 9, 2013 - at 8:18 pm

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